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Electrolytes and Minerals

Electrolytes are ions comprised of 4 minerals that include Sodium (Na), Potassium (K), Magnesium (Mg), and Calcium (Ca). An ion is the disassociated part of a molecule like salt (sodium chloride).

Electrolytes turn on all thought and motion in your body, almost like a wall switch. They trigger events like muscle action by controlling ion channels, which are gates that open and close to move life support material to and from cells in the body. Body fluids are primarily water and electrolytes. 

The list of functions that electrolytes control is endless but includes; temperature control, fluid level, cardiac arrhythmia, respiratory rate, digestion, fluid transport across cells, ion transport, renal function, neurological function, signal transduction, thought, memory, all the senses, both gathering information and then transporting that message to the brain and to the muscles, energy production, glucose metabolism etc. etc. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE ABOUT ELECTROLYTES AND MINERALS FOR CHRONIC LYME DISEASE